For me, the second day in the resort town of Stresa, Italy unfolded in flashes of detail; a tiny green fern growing out of a crack in the wall, a clear glass of grappa, two girls in bikinis playing with dogs on the beach. A train carried us through the mountains, across the border north into Locarno, Switzerland for lunch.
The WXXI Travel Club landed in Milan Sunday morning, jazzed and tired after an overnight flight from New York. A bus carried us through hills, vineyards, and quarries to the resort town of Stresa on Lake Maggiore, a few miles from the Swiss border. Here was everything already loved and familiar; emerald woods, sapphire waters, hills, fragrant gardens. Iâ€™ve heard the Finger Lak
Hooray for Google! By placing a virtual guitar at the fingertips of computer users, the powerful search engine inspired millions (billions?) of people to make music. Look below for three creative uploads from the two-day global music fest. If you miss it, the Google Guitar has a permanent home here. What can you play?
Next month, the longest-serving music director in the RPOâ€™s history retires. Christopher Seaman will become the orchestraâ€™s first conductor for life, and his departure sets the stage for the next artistic leader, Norwegian conductor Arild Remmereit.
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